Watch these Films for a Low-Carb crash course.

There’s just so much fake news and food industry propaganda out there about the Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) way of living. To redress the balance here are some films and books that explain why cutting sugar and starchy carbs is so good for you.

This LCHF style of eating that we recommend on Simple As Fat can obviously help with rapid weight loss and obesity but it can also have positive effects on depression, asthma, cancer, strokes and even Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Here are our favourite books and films that cannot be missed:

That Sugar Film. You will find it on Netflix and Amazon but here is the trailer.

The Men Who Made Us Fat. A BBC three-part series which is brilliant at exposing the lies and corruption in the Food industry.

The Magic Pill. This film is Jon Gaunt’s favourite and in his opinion should be compulsory viewing for everyone. Here’s the trailer:

In terms of books, here is the essential reading list to back up the knowledge that you will gain from being a member of Simple as Fat.

The Obesity Code by Jason Fung

The Real Meal Revolution by Tim Noakes

The Great Cholesterol Con by Malcolm Hendrick

The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes

All of these books are available on Amazon. Clicking our links when you buy them, helps to support Simple As Fat.

Have you seen any other great programmes about diet and the food industry recently? Why not share your suggestion and views on our suggestions on the Facebook member’s group?

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